Their demands were wages increase to $15 an hour, and the formation of a union. The event was called “Fight for 15.”
This year’s Midway Opening Ceremony for Spring Carnival paid a bittersweet farewell to its longstanding place on the Morewood Gardens parking lot.
Campus members gathered last week in the Posner Center to discuss the university's international strategy.
Next year, Carnival will be spread across the College of Fine Arts (CFA) parking lot, the CFA lawn, and the Mall.
April 14 marked the one-year anniversary of a mass kidnapping of Nigerian schoolgirls, while Brazil's São Paulo recently ordered martial law on its citizens to fight dengue fever.
This week the Information Networking Institute celebrated its 25th anniversary, and several Carnegie Mellon professors of psychology called attention to the gender gap in the journal Cognition.
This week was Carnegie Mellon's 101st Spring Carnival, and the last Carnival to take place on the Morewood Gardens parking lot. Construction for the...